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Google data scientists constructed a simulation of how super-spreaders, people with above-average numbers of contacts, spread COVID-19. One of the findings of the research is that testing for infection needs to be more selective than simply mass-testing everyone in the population.
A COVID-19 dataset may hold the key to flattening the curve. Data scientists are being asked to unlock valuable insights.
Prescriptive analytics and models for the supply chain only go so far when there's the uncertainty of the coronavirus hampering operations.
The live dashboard pulls data from sources like the World Health Organization to show all confirmed and suspected cases of coronavirus, along with recoveries and deaths.
Data gravity and cloud war victory are intricately tied, and Microsoft's on the offense. In a tie-up with Informatica, Redmond's going after customers of on-premises data warehouse appliances.
Workers waste half their time searching for and preparing data instead of gaining insights according to a new report.
Meet Europe's new supercomputer: MareNostrum 5 takes on global rivals for power